She hated Anse because she hated her situation. She felt everyone was against her and nothing mattered. Even having kids did not make her happier. Instead it just made her hate Anse even more. The kids and Anse violated her aloneness which she cherished.
… Am I to be thought the only criminal when all human kind sinned against me?” (Ch.8) and without the acceptance he yearned for, he became bitter and resentful, acting out ruthlessly. The monster was completely misunderstood and at no stage a welcome guest. In spite of his benevolent and kind spirit, he was beaten up and even shot at. No one was willing to attempt to understand him except for Agathe who was blind, but even that was short lived as Felix was quick to attack the creature. Although labelled as a horrifying monster, nothing but his exterior fit this description, until he was discriminated by society.
However, Heidi may be one of the most intolerant and ignorant people in the world, as she found a way to mistreat her own minority. She shows complete disrespect to her own culture, in several instances saying that her mom was “too touchy” or how everyone was “so hot and sweaty.” She isn’t able to understand how connected her mother is to her. “The bond that I was hoping to have with her was acceptance of the little girl that she let go. And when I got here it was like I was the parent, and the parent was the child. She wants to be with me 24 hours a day, and I'm feeling a little smothered.”(Daughter from Danang) Even though she was forced into a sour situation, it seems that she could have had more acceptance for her
Each one of the murder stories were expressive crimes and included signs of strain that caused the negative emotions and led to the crimes. For Roxie’s crime, she failed to achieve her goal of being famous. It was an obtainable goal, because she had been a chorus member before and she was very close to getting a shot at it. When she found out that she had failed her goal, she got very frustrated and angry that her shot was not given to her. She then in the moment could not cope with her emotions and she took it out on the man who wronged her, and shot him.
During the great depression not many people had it easy and Curley’s Wife was one of those people who didn’t have so easy especially because she was a woman and at the time they didn’t have many rights. Curley’s Wife is the most misunderstood character because of her background, her seemingly unloving husband, and troubling times during the great depression. To begin, Curley’s Wife has hard times and is misunderstood because she takes her emotions out on innocent people. One example of when Curley’s wife took her anger out on an innocent person is when she yelled at Crooks. She had yelled, “Well, you keep your place then, nigger.
Creon throughout the whole play shows a discrimination toward women, in the end he ends up undergoing a terrible downfall. In the play, Antigone is the protagonist who most of the sexism is appointed toward. Creon shows a lot of feminism toward Antigone not only because of her criminal action but also that the fact that she is a female. Creon goes on to send Antigone to a cell deep in the middle of the woods because she went against his law. The fact that she was a female and went against a man’s power makes it seem worse than it actually has to be, all she did was pay her respect to her brother because no one would.
But since the bomb was not there, she is extremely revolted. Jade also says that she wishes there was a “plan that didn’t involve so much nasty” (Visions, p. 123). She had just been thinking about how she fits into the universe’s master plan, and how a murderer lashing out and killing people is a part of it. One could see how Jade is very concerned, especially with all the murders and bombings she had faced. She only wishes that there would be less evil, an opinion coming from her strong
Abigail Williams was a very odd character, she was manipulative, a bully, and leader of a large group of girls. Abigail’s personality throughout the play was always negative. When she was manipulative she was trying to gain something from someone. For example she tried to get proctor to admit to her that he loved her like she loved him. Abigail was also a bully to many people.
Hester faced a terrible struggle as she attempted to find a place in a society which rejected her. The cruelty she faced is exemplified when one woman says, “‘This woman has brought shame upon us all, and ought to die’”(47). The Puritan society she lived in believed that Hester’s sin reflected poorly on the society as a whole and that she had to be punished severely. The societal view of morality was that Hester had committed a terrible wrong which could be neither forgiven nor forgotten. The society enforced these morals by punishing her with the scarlet letter and making her an outcast.
Paragraph 1: The children sucked out all the liveliness in Margot. ”He gave her a shove, but she didn’t move, rather she let herself be moved only by him and nothing else.”(pg.2) The classmates hurt her so much that when William shoved her, she just let herself be moved. This is only one of the hurtful things that the classmates said and did to Margot. At this point in the story the children are nasty to Margot. Paragraph 2: The children are jealous of Margot.
In picture 10 the girls give off an irritated tone. I think this because they are staring each other dead in the eyes like they want to kill each other. They also have a mean look on their faces. Everyone is staring at them like they did something wrong or said something bad, They also have a shocked face on them. They don’t have smiles on their faces so they must not be happy with each other, and it was the time that white people and black people didn’t like each other so it fits into the time period that they were in within the